University Mourns Visionary Leader In Memoriam 1/05/07
There is often disagreement as to whether the man makes history or history makes the man. There is no disagreement at St. George’s University that Keith B. Taylor made SGU history, and, along with Chancellor Charles Modica and former Vice Chancellor Geoffrey Bourne, put St. George’s University on the world’s radar screen.
The Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program Launched First Step in St. George's University World Outreach Program 1/12/07
On January 11th at the Northumbria University campus in Newcastle, UK, Dr. Charles R. Modica, Chancellor of St. George’s University, and Professor Kel Fidler, Vice Chancellor of Northumbria University, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, launching a groundbreaking academic partnership between the two universities.
January 17th Marks the Beginning of The 30th Anniversary Celebration 1/12/07
The stage is set, so to speak, for the highly anticipated opening day of the 30th anniversary celebration of SGU. January 17th will kick off a year-long celebration marking The University’s astonishing road to academic excellence and innovation.
An Award for Prime Movers - the Order of the Mace 2/20/07
Chancellor Charles R. Modica was honored as the first inductee into the Order of the Mace at the 30th Anniversary Awards Ceremony on January 17, 2007. SGU created the Order of the Mace to coincide with the 30th Anniversary of the University. This award is symbolic of the unique spirit....
Grenada’s New Ambassador Presents Credentials At the United Nations 2/23/07
On Grenada’s 33rd Anniversary of Independence Grenada’s new Ambassador to the United Nations, His Excellency Dr. Angus Friday (left), a graduate of St. George’s University School of Medicine, presented his credentials to UN Secretary General, His Excellency Ban Ki-Moon. ...
GBSS Captures St. George's University Knowledge Bowl Championship4/3/07
The Grenada Boys Secondary School (GBSS) reigns champion of the second annual Knowledge Bowl. GBSS and Presentation Brothers’ College (PBC) met face to face on Saturday, March 31 in an intense battle for the top spot, in the SGU/Grenada Cablevision –CC6 inter-secondary school quiz competition.
Agreement Signed by St. George's University and the Ministry of Health to Improve the General Hospital4/3/07
SGU’s Chancellor, Dr. Charles R. Modica and the Minister of Health and the Environment, the Honourable Senator Ann-David Antoine signed a Memoranda of Understanding for a Virtual Staff Project and Hospital Accreditation Scheme to improve the quality of care available to patients at the General Hospital.
Princeton Review: St. George’s University vet grad is well prepared for future,obtains competitive surgical residency in Pennsylvania. 5/30/07
Nicole Salas has a promising future as a veterinary surgeon. A 2005 St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine grad, Nicole has earned a competitive surgical residency at Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Langhorne, Pa..
Grenada’s Prime Minister visits University Praising Commitment to Grenadian Education 09/27/06
Grenada’s Prime Minister applauds the University’s innovative and resourceful efforts in meeting the growing educational needs of Grenadians and the wider Caribbean region. Dr. the Right Honorable Keith C. Mitchell expressed this sentiment on an official visit to St. George’s University’s True Blue campus on Thursday, 21 September 2006.
NYC’s Health and Hospital Corporation and St. George’s University Agreement 07/27/07
Yesterday, at the Board of Directors meeting of New York City’s Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) it was announced that St. George’s University in Grenada has been selected as the exclusive international medical school to utilize the HHC system for training its third and fourth year medical students.
St. George's University School of Medicine and Northumbria University Welcome 2nd KBTGSP Class at White Coat Ceremony 9/1/07
On August 17, 2007 St. George’s University School of Medicine (SGUSOM) and Northumbria University’s School of Applied Sciences (NU) welcomed a new class of medical students into the Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Program (KBTGSP).
Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation/St. George's University to Host Childhood Obesity Symposium on March 11-12, 2008 10/2/07
Through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, St. Georges University (SGU) in collaboration with the Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF) intends to raise awareness and identify solutions to the obesity epidemic.
John Beshai, MD, SGU’96, Presents Landmark Clinical Trial at AHA Annual Meeting 11/26/07
John Beshai, a 1996 SGUSOM graduate, presented a late-breaking clinical trial to an audience of peers and mentors at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association (AHA) on November 6th in Orlando, FL....